Jereme Swoboda provides a quick list of tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Solution Manager 7.1 Technical Monitoring. This list is based on Solution Manager 7.1 Support Package 10.
Reading this article, you will learn how to:
- Better administer Technical Monitoring to its fullest potential
Technical Monitoring is designed to provide alerts on the critical components of your SAP landscape, allowing you to respond quickly to urgent situations that need immediate attention. Alerts are provided on four levels: Host, database, central instance, and dialog instance. Each level is considered a managed object. The alerts are further divided into four categories: Configuration, availability, performance, and exceptions.
As of Solution Manager 7.1 Support Package 10, Technical Monitoring is divided into five specific types of monitoring: System monitoring, Solution Manager self-monitoring, end-user experience monitoring, interface and PO monitoring, and job and BI monitoring. This article focuses specifically on system monitoring, although some of the tips can be used with the other types of monitoring.